DK26 (M) F

Dimensions:  133x89x26 mm. 
Reading distance: 5 cm
Back lighted keys:
* = Clr # = Ent

 Notes:

  • By default, readers are delivered in black. Special orders may be done in grey (G).
  • Letter ‘M’ stands for 13,56 Mhz Smart card reader (instead of EM 125Khz).
  • These readers may be connected only to controllers which are equipped with a second bus. 
Main Features
  • Type of cable:
    Serial interface: 2 wires shielded cable, 22 AWG., Max 1200m
  • Built-in audible buzzer acknowledging card reading and bicolor Led acknowledging access.
  • Reading Standard:
    - DL13F, DK23F, DK26F:
    Wiegand 26-Bit 125KHz EM.
    - DL13MF, DK23MF, DK26MF:
    Wiegand 26-Bit and 34-Bit 13,56 Mhz.
    ISO14443A, ISO14443B (Mifare)
  • Operating Voltage Range: 5 – 16 VDC
  • Reader consumption: Typical: 80mA, Max: 150mA
  • Tamper Output: a built-in a tamper switch (Optical detection. N.C. mode) allows raising an alarm when the reader is removed from the wall or the cable is cut.
  • Hidden mounting screws deters vandalism.
  • The DL13 and the DK23 were designed to fit global electrical back boxes with a 60mm space between holes.
  • Operating Temp. range: -30°C to 65°C .
  • Operating Humidity: 0-90% (relative non-condensing) Indoor/Outdoor Design
Controller Dip Switches

TPL: JP4/6: on, JP4/7: off, JP4/8: off. On TPL Rev.D1, Set Dip switch DS2/4 to ‘on’.

TPLDR, JET and MEGA: DS1/6: on, DS1/7: off, DS1/8: off.

Note on Decimal Wiegand cards

When using 26 bits EM decimal prox cards, set, via the PC application software, the controller to read 26 bits Wiegand decimal code.

Serial Reader Installation within Amadeus platform

The reader address is per default 1. If more than 1 reader must be connected to the controller, set-up the other reader(s) address from 2 to 4 via its Configuration cards.

To communicate with Amadeus, command ‘03 0X 43’ (or ’03 0X 47 for DK26MF) must be sent to the controllers equipped with version from 2013.

(Where X is the reader No., from 1 to 4. See ‘The DDS Serial Reader User Manual’, doc. 07UE012 for details)